NIRF Ranking 2020 : IISc, JNU and BHU best universities in India. IIT-Madras becomes best engineering college.

NIRF Rankings List 2020, MHRD NIRF India University Ranking List 2020 Live Updates: HRD Minister to announce best institutes, universities, and colleges as well as sub-categories of medical, engineering, architecture, law, management and pharma to get top 100 institutes across the country.   Despite their poor performance in the international rankings, IITs have emerged as the top institutes in India’s NIRF rankings announced today. The top-ranking institute in India is IIT-Madras followed by IISc Bangalore and at third rank is IIT-Delhi In the fifth NIRF ranking, in the university category, top rank…

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World Environment Day : Why should we care about Biodiversity?

World Environment Day is one of the biggest days of recognition for encouraging people worldwide to save and protect our environment from different environmental challenges the world is facing today. The World Environment is also “People’s Day” which is a day to do something to take care of our environment. It is an important platform for promoting the dimensions of environmental Sustainable Development Goals. What is World Environment Day and when it is Celebrated? World Environment Day is the biggest annual event in the world run by the United Nations…

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5 Ways AI Is Changing The Education Industry

Artificial Intelligence is now a part of our normal lives. We are surrounded by this technology from automatic parking systems, smart sensors for taking spectacular photos, and personal assistance. Similarly, Artificial Intelligence in education is being felt, and the traditional methods are changing drastically. 1. Simplifying Administrative Tasks AI can automate the expedition of administrative duties for teachers and academic institutions. Educators spend a lot of time on grading exams, assessing homework, and providing valuable responses to their students. But technology can be used to automate the grading tasks where…

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HRD Minister reopens JEE Main 2020 application form process, Here’s how to apply

JEE Main 2020 application forms re-open, apply till May 24 at jeemain.nta.nic.in or nta.ac.in. Those who could not fill the application form earlier can also apply. Due to coronavirus outbreak, several students who were forced to drop their plan to study abroad will now be allowed to apply for the JEE Main once again. The HRD minister Ramesh Pokhriyal has opened the application submission form for JEE Main 2020. He had earlier today tweeted, “Want to write JEE(Main). Students who have dropped the idea to study abroad and are now keen to…

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CBSE directs schools to implement activity-based curriculum

In the wake of extension of lockdown in the country, the Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE) has asked schools to shift the method of teaching. The CBSE asked the schools to adopt an activity-based curriculum instead of current text-based learning methods. The CBSE, in a circular said: “We have been forced to rethink on the present system of an almost complete reliance of school education on prescribed textbooks, to instead make all-out efforts to replace it with a combination of an engaging and joyful blend of activity-based learning, do-it-yourself…

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CBSE Board Class 10, 12 evaluation process to complete within 50 days, says HRD Minister

CBSE Board Class 10, 12 Exam Result 2020 Date Update: Teachers who will be evaluating answer scripts will be exempted from delivering academic and administrative work, the Union Human Resource Development (HRD) Minister Ramesh Pokhriyal Nishank informed during a live interaction with teachers. SpeedLabs is conducting Live lecture. Subscribe our youtube channel to get notification Teachers are trying to complete the CBSE evaluation process within 50 days, informed Union Human Resource Development (HRD) Minister Ramesh Pokhriyal Nishank today during a live interaction. To ensure this, teachers who are evaluating answer scripts will…

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Candidates Can Change Exam Centre Due to Covid-19 Situation- JEE (Main) 2020

The NTA will make efforts to allot city of examination to the candidates in order of the choices now opted by them in their application form, subject to the availability of capacity in the desired city. Human Resource Development minister Ramesh Pokhriyal ‘Nishank’ announced on Thursday that in view of the inconvenience caused by Covid-19, the students appearing for JEE (Main) this year can make corrections in the application forms to include the choice of cities for centers. The National Testing Agency (NTA), an autonomous and self-sustained testing organisation that…

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CBSE starts 3 new subjects, skills courses from class 6 onwards

CBSE students of classes 6 to 11 would be studying skills courses from the 2020-2021 academic year onwards, the board announced in a notification  In a CBSE notification released on April 7, the Central Board of Secondary Education announced that CBSE students of classes 6 to 11 would be studying skills courses from the 2020-2021 academic year onwards. This new decision by CBSE is a welcome move considering the fact that even though India is churning out thousands of graduates each year, they are severely lacking in the skills that…

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Covid 19: CBSE releases immunity-boosting plan for students

CBSE has shared an immunity-boosting plan made by the Ministry of Ayush to fight Covid-19   CBSE advisory to students to Covid-19: Coronavirus has been panicking people across the globe. With the rising number of Covid-19 cases, people are prone to get depressed while quarantining inside their houses. Well, you can beat two birds with the stone making it productive for a lifetime. Therefore, CBSE has released a set of guidelines for students, teachers, and public in general during coronavirus outbreak. CBSE in collaboration with the Ministry of Ayush has…

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CBSE to conduct Board Exams for only 29 Main Subjects amidst Coronavirus Outbreak

Union HRD Minister Ramesh Pokhriyal ‘Nishank’ has decided that from now on CBSE is advised to conduct board examinations only for 29 core subjects which are important for promotion as well as for university admissions. According to him, the first priority is health safety of students as well as teachers. In view of the COVID-19, this decision is strictly taken to avoid further problems. In his further statement about the rest of the subjects, ‘CBSE will not be conducting board examinations for the other subjects. In addition to this, instruction…

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